31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
Vietnam's outlook predicted to stay bright: Trade ministry
Recovery in global consumer demand, market reopening in the US and Europe would be an opportunity for Vietnam to boost exports in the final half of 2021.
15:41, 2021/41/02
Vietnam to become ideal investment environment for European investors
Vietnam plans to organize a digital investment conference in Q3 this year, promoting investment into industrial parks or economic zones online.
22:36, 2021/36/08
First batch of Vietnamese lychees exported to EU
The local authorities have implemented many synchronous measures to boost the export of lychees.
22:12, 2021/12/11
US and EU buyers to choose Vietnam as sourcing destination in 2021
Global supply chains will turn to Vietnam, India and Turkey for more diverse sourcing.
19:49, 2021/49/26
EVFTA opens up opportunities for SMEs to grow
SMEs are having huge opportunities for development with the presence of free trade agreements, the Industry 4.0 and new business models.
14:54, 2021/54/23
US stimulus package will be a boon for Vietnam’s exports
Vietnam’s export growth in this year is set to be around 13-15% year-on-year, the largest expansion since 2017.
05:35, 2021/35/23
Vietnamese tech firm exports first Bphone smartphones to EU
The Hanoi-based firm expects to expand its business scale from the export of this first batch.
16:03, 2021/03/09
Vietnam seafood exports surpass US$1-billion mark in 2-month
The US, EU and member countries of the CPTPP would continue to be in the focus for Vietnam’s seafood exports, thanks to preferential treatment from the deal and strong demand.
16:31, 2021/31/03
Vietnam puts in place measures to address illegal fishing
Combating IUU fishing is essential for Vietnam to remove EC’s yellow card, while promoting a responsible fishing sector and further accelerating the country’s global integration efforts.
20:59, 2021/59/24
Vietnam trade surplus surges to US$2.09 billion in January
Phones and parts posted the largest export turnover among export items during January with US$6.1 billion, up US$3.4 billion against the same period of last year.
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